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PRESTON GOLF CLUB.

PRESTON GOLF CLUB.

The return match with Pleasington took place over the Fulwood Course Saturday last, resulting in a win for the home team by to 3i- Scores (the first player in each pair being Preston player) :—W. H. Bertwistle 5, J. A. Seddon i; Geo. W. Sharpies C. Marwood H. Bazett Jones r, Dr
30 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SIDMOUTH, S. Devon FORTFIELD HOTEL. Thin Modern da*9 Hotel stands its own delightful grounds, close Promenade and Brine Baths. Charming

SIDMOUTH, S. Devon FORTFIELD HOTEL. Thin Modern da*9 Hotel stands its own delightful grounds, close Promenade and Brine Baths. Charming

Bedrooms and Selfcontained Suites facing Sor'Jj, overlooking Sea. Electric Lift and Liight. Baiconies to Many Rooms. POSITION UNRIVALLED. LUXURIOUS PUBLIC ROOMS. GOLF LIMKP NEAR. Moderate on application Pnvfietar.
30 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
EGGS, BIRDS, POULTRY, ETC.

EGGS, BIRDS, POULTRY, ETC.

pHICKENS Thousand Laying, per doz.; 2 months old. 10/- por doa.; months old, 12/- per doz.; 30 Breeds; Live Delivery Goodwin. Stratford. Essex. The backbone of f.ngi.and THE MAN IN THE OVERALLS,
23 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WRITE OR CALL—

WRITE OR CALL—

WRITE CALL— EDWARD LIPMAN, 36, GUILDHALL STREET, PRESTON TEL. 1,055. EDUCATION.' riiypEWRITING: touch method; 7s course. J. C. Higginbott»>rn, 1. Btirrow-road. PRIVATE SCHOOL OF COOKERY. House, wifery. Dressmaking. etc. —Miss Clarke. ■First-class Diploma National Union. 8. Guildh
23 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE OI.D PORTION.

THE OI.D PORTION.

Mr. said the idea of the improvement scheme‘was to do away with the whole the old part of the church. He had a very strong feeling for the old part of the church, and he thought that at any rate extended vote of the parishioners (not in a vestry meeting) should obtained before l
23 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
OBSCENE LANGUAGE

OBSCENE LANGUAGE

John Turner (65) was charged with making use of obscene language in New Hall lane. P.C. Ogden gave evidence, and prisoner, who was stranger, was allowed to go promising to leave the town. MAINTENANCE ARREARS. Robert Coates (45). moulder, was summoned by his wife, Mary Coates, fo
23 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FAREWELL SERMONS

FAREWELL SERMONS

On Sunday evening last, the Rev. E. G. Haynes, who has been ministering at Christ Church in this town for nearly ihrcc yearpreached his farewell address. . The rev. gentleman will enter his new duties Fuhvood next Sunday. On the same evening the Rev. Macnamara, who has been labo
23 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
fcfrtfjß, iWarr<afif«, Notice.- Bibtesj and \sh> ' words, are L -• Mabkiaoe.s. when not W "J‘' teicb. prepaid. Sixpence will

fcfrtfjß, iWarr<afif«, Notice.- Bibtesj and \sh> ' words, are L -• Mabkiaoe.s. when not W "J‘' teicb. prepaid. Sixpence will

additkvual eight words. All ' ,l authenticated by the name and sender. DEATHS. GUEST.—On the >m». o» 34. Bow-lane. Guest BILSBOROLK3II.— July 21st ,, < the wife of Chari® Bibborou.-h ' Farm, CROFT.—JuIy 19tb. »t 30. Derwe:.i curst er. Croft, aff'tJ GARTH. —July Mth. ton. Elizabe
23 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
INSURANCE.

INSURANCE.

2C4th YEAR OF THE OFFICE. FIRE OFFICE O FOUNDED 1710. The Oldest luauranoe O.Sce la the Worl i. Insurtnces effected on.tt»e /ollowlnj? risks I. FIRE DAtIAGE. Resultant Loss of. Rent «ad Profit). ICMPLOYERb' PKRtfONAL ACOIDENT. LIABUdS?. and ADI3IiASH. a FIUKLITk OUAUANTISIi COMP
5 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Letting in the Light.

Letting in the Light.

Juit *ho<l little light into theit uhtuse minds let me quote from the greatest RadicaJ journalists in the greatest of Kadi.al newspapers, the Daily News." The Liberal Party is longer at its meridian. It is not gaining strength, and in Leicester, as elsewhere, it has teny poraril
5 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England